Love Island 2021’s second star ‘revealed as Aaron Francis after beauty queen’

Love Island 2021’s second star ‘revealed as Aaron Francis after beauty queen’


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Love Island is set to star Aaron Francis in the seventh series of the show, MailOnline has reported.

The 24 year old model will reportedly enter the villa with the rest of the singletons on 28 June in a bid to find love and snap up the £50,000 prize.

According to the publication, Aaron has been described as a "sexy ladies" man with a caring side.

The contestant is a luxury events host and appears to be represented by a talent agency, but only has a mere 2,636 Instagram followers.

Aaron is the second single to have been reported to be joining the cast after beauty queen Sharon Gaffka was announced to be taking part in it earlier today.

The 25 year old is found fame after winning the UK's Miss International beauty queen in 2018.

According to The Sun, Sharon went on to work in the Civil Service, including the Department for Transport.

She also has a law degree from the University of London.

Now, it appears the star, who boasts 14,600 followers on Instagram, is ready to find love.

With a legion of online followers, it looks like Sharon is well equipped to handle being in the spotlight.

The publication states that she previously said: “People are going to talk about you, no matter what you do.

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Sharon isn't the first beauty queen to enter the competition to find a partner and bag the £50,000 prize though, as Miss GB winner Zara Holland was on the programme in 2016.

However, the 25 year old lost her crown after she was filmed having sex with Alex Bowen while appearing on the show.

It comes after ITV bosses recently revealed the strict mental health protocols being put in place as they gear up to launch the seventh series.

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New contestants are being offered comprehensive psychological support, training on the impacts of social media and handling negativity, and financial management training.

The villa inhabitants will have conversations about the impact of being on the show, and an aftercare package to support islanders has been finalised.

They'll also receive advice about seeking management for once they return to the UK.

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